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Posted on 01. Oct, 2010 by Julius Vaughn.

I decided that I will do a monthly blogging report on my blog. I think it will freshen things up and will help you see what’s going on with my blog.

This month has been a good month and one of the first months in which I indeed made money online. The reason why I think this is the case is that it always takes time to build up your skills and create successful websites. So let’s dive right in and see what happened this month.

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Tenerife Diving

The choice for Tenerife Diving and snorkeling! If you are into diving then check out our brand spanking new website. If you are coming to Tenerife or are looking for a new place to dive then we can convince you that Tenerife diving is not to be missed!

The Atlantic here is warm, azure blue and sparkles with sunlight. The area is rich in sealife and never fails to surprise. But don't take our word for it. See our photos online and even watch videos that our instructors have made themselves. Take a virtual tour and imagine yourself underwater here. We are sure you will be impressed. If you are qualified to dive then make up to three dives a day and a night dive too if you want. If you like you can see the Tenerife dive sites we use. Our guides are experts but also love to have fun with diving and they like to send guests home with a smile.

Come and get your Specialty! Our underwater scooters are waiting for you (see photos). We can kit you up with good quality diving gear which is well maintained and constantly updated. If you want to get your own equipment check out our well stocked diving shop and buy everything from masks and fins to wetsuits, regulators and dive computers all at very competitive prices. Or if you are new to diving and would like to try it then book a Discover Scuba Diving one day course. Try diving in the Canary Islands. Its easy, fun, very safe and literally anyone can do it. It includes an organised snorkelling tour in the morning and then a dive in the afternoon. And with one instructor per person you can have complete confidence that you are being looked after! Feed the fish by hand and have your photo taken. All in all an unforgettable day for the whole family.

PADI qualification courses from Open Water up until Instructor level are available to be taken daily and are great fun so come and get your license! Our diving school is fully equipped and just waiting for you to take the plunge. Look at our prices online. You can see our beloved village of Abades where the Easy Blue World is based. Its a lovely peaceful place, unspoilt with a good scattering of bars and restaurants and its own protected beach. You can book Tenerife accommodation here and immerse yourself in diving. Affordable and fully furnished bungalows are always available for you and your family. Just drop us a line and we can arrange it for you. We will even pick you up from the airport and indeed anywhere in the south of Tenerife.

So visit our website now and see what Tenerife diving has to offer you.


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